Bulgarian art exhibition promotes cultural communication

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A Bulgarian art exhibition at the Beijing Language and Culture University hosted the President of the National Assembly in Bulgaria, Tsetska Tsacheva, on Wednesday.

Tsetska Tsacheva, President of the National Assembly in Bulgaria, delivers a speech at the Beijing Language and Culture University, on June 29, 2016. [Photo by Bi Nan/chinadaily.com.cn]

The President's visit to the BLCU is one of many planned in China aimed at cultural communication between China and Bulgaria, which is a major event during the China-EU high level people-to-people dialogue.

Tsetska Tsacheva said she appreciated the artwork of Professor Plamen Legkostup, Board Chairman at the University of Beliko Tarnowo's Confucius Institute, and expressed her hope to deepen the friendship and cultural exchange between the two countries.

"The Professor Plamen Legkostup's paintings have traditional Bulgarian style, while fused Chinese elements as well, which are the reflections of the communication and fusion of Chinese and Bulgarian cultures," Tsetska Tsacheva said.

The exhibition, titled "Impressions of Civilizations", has 49 paintings by Plamen Legkostup on display, including prints, computer graphics and acrylic paints. Many pieces were created by Plamen when he was travelling in China. Dedicated to art for more than 30 years, he has exhibited his works in many countries including Germany, France and Russia.

Li Yuming, the Beijing Language and Culture University's party secretary, said the art exhibition was a meaningful and effective way to bridge friendship and communication between the two countries. "We welcome more Bulgarian experts coming to China and encourage more Chinese scholars go to Bulgaria to conduct exchange programs."

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